Apple Outlines Macs, iPads, and Other Products Eligible for State Sales Tax Holidays

Apple has outlined which of its products are eligible for sales tax holidays in a handful of U.S. states over the coming days.


The sales tax holidays run from August 3 to August 5 in Missouri, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Virginia, and from August 1 to August 5 in Wisconsin. Sales tax holidays in Alabama and Tennessee have already ended.

Apple will not collect sales tax on eligible products in those states during the aforementioned dates. This typically includes Macs, iPads, the iPod touch, and related accessories, like the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.

Each state has different rules, however, so check Apple's website for a list of qualifying products, dollar limits, and other conditions.


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3 weeks ago
Wow I had no idea this was a thing. I wish we had this here in Canada.
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2 weeks ago

I just moved back to a qualifying state. It’s good to see this is possible from Apple directly, as some years the B&M inventory gets pretty thin on the most popular products.


Shaka when the walls fell ... my state isn't listed.
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3 weeks ago
I just moved back to a qualifying state. It’s good to see this is possible from Apple directly, as some years the B&M inventory gets pretty thin on the most popular products.
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